|United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 17, No. 2, 26 January 1951 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 17, No. 2, 26 January 1951Biological Warfare; Part II by CDR F. R. Philbrook, MC, USN....2 The Utilization of SK & SD ............ 4 Aluminum Gels in Renal Calculi ....... 6 Prognosis in Bundle Branch Block ..... 8Skin Disinfection ........................ 10 Treatment of Fractures ....13 Tracheotomy in Head Injuries ...... 13 Iron Therapy .....15Sedimentation Rate in Urologic Disease .....15Industrial Health Eye Hazard ..........
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; flight nurse; biological warfare
|Naval Service Medical News (NSMN) 95-46 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Naval Service Medical News (NSMN) 95-46(950396)-Twentynine Palms Expands Military Sick Call Hours(950397)-Navy Graduate Medical Education Rightsized(950398)-BUMED Message Cancels Follow-on Training(950399)-NSFA/VXE-6 team up to save a life in Antarctica(950400)-Naval Reserve Nurse Receives Flight Wings(950401)-Congresswoman Morella Speaks at NNMC's World Aids Day(950402)-High Score Punctuates Accreditation(950403)-FDA Gives 'Stamp of Approval' to Mammography Program(950404)-December is Drunk, Dr...
Keywords: MEDNEWS; NH Twentynine Palms; NH Pensacola; NMC San Diego; Gail Mollere; Naval Flight Nurse Wings; flight nurses; Hospital Corps Clinical Orientation (HCCO); Antarctica
|The Forgotten POW: Second Lieutenant Reba Z. Whittle, AN - Frank, Mary E. V.|
U.S. Army War College USAWC Military Studies Program paper. "During World War II, 68 Army nurses and 16 Navy nurses were taken prisoner. The stories of all, except one, have been documented. Second Lieutenant Reba Z. Whittle, AN, was captured when the air evacuation flight on which she was serving as the flight nurse strayed into enemy territory on September 27, 1944 and was shot down. She was imprisoned until her repatriation following a prisoner exchange in January 1945."Digitized by www.dtic....
Keywords: WWII; World War II; World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners and prisons; Whittle, Reba Z., 1919-1981; World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners And Prisons, German; World War, 1939-1945; Army Nurse Corps; Flight Nurse
|Operation Big Switch, 1953 Inchon, Korea - United States. Air Force|
September 1, 1953 footage of American POWs returning from Korea in Operation Big Switch. Shot list from National Archives:"Summary: Flight nurse activities on C-124 aircraft carrying repatriated POW's from Inchon, Korea, to Tachikawa, Japan. SLATE: 1 SEPTEMBER 1953. INCHON, KOREA. 1) LS flight nurse walks toward camera in fg personnel waiting for nurse. 2) MS pan R to L, two flight nurses enter C-124...
Keywords: Korean War, 1950-1953; Flight Nurse; Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Women -- United States; Smoking; Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Prisoners and prisons; Military Nursing; United States. -- Air Force Nurse Corps; Cold War; C-124 (Transport plane); United States. -- Air Force -- Transport Of Sick And Wounded; War -- Relief Of Sick And Wounded; Prisoners of war -- Korea (North); Operation Big Switch
|Navy Medicine Vol. 105 No. 5 Fall 2013 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
4 | Admiral’s Call by Vice Adm. Matthew L. Nathan6 | Force Notes by Force Master Chief Sherman E. Boss10 | Cardiac Care14 | Boxer ARG Sailors Combat Stress16 | Coming to America18 | I Am a Navy Chief20 | Balancing Family and Deployment22 | Smoke Free24 | Helping Sailors Through the IA Process26 | Corpsman Trains in Brazil28 | Reunited32 | Navy Doc Brings Care to Afghanistan36 | Joint Efforts in Preventive Medicine38 | Expeditionary Medicine40 | The Bull Ensign42 | Combat Life Saver Class44 | ...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; suicide; 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit; Marine Corps; NMC Portsmouth; cardiology; USS Boxer (LHD 4); USS New Orleans (LPD 18); NH Guantanamo; Alvin Ochieng; hospital corpsmen; NH Pensacola; smoking; tobacco; Individual Augmentees; NMC San Diego; Leah Brown; Afghanistan; NH Guam; NEPMU-6; entomology; Erin Sullivan; Philippines; humanitarian assistance; PHIBLEX; Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory; polar medicine; mlaria; vaccination; NAMRU-3; Africa; Burkina Faso; flight nurse; World War II; Iwo Jima
|Army Evacuates Wounded Via Air, Guadalcanal 03/1943 + Henry Wallace Visits Panama - United States. Navy|
Naval Photographic Center film # 639. National Archives description: "1) MS interior: trans. plane, nurse inspects medicine.2) S CU nurse with medicine.3) GV MS men load stretcher cases into trans. plane.4) S HS interior: plane, stretcher case comes aboard.5) S CU nurse checks off wounded entering plane.6) S CU in plane, nurse gives wounded water.7) GV wounded in plane with nurse.8) GV S CU nurse takes case history of wounded.9) S CU 2nd LT Mae Olson...
Keywords: WWII; World War, 1939-1945 -- Panama; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; United States. Army Air Forces; World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Solomon Islands -- Guadalcanal; Flight Nurse; United States. -- Army -- Transport Of Sick And Wounded; Guadalcanal, Battle Of, Solomon Islands, 1942-1943; Van Hook, Clifford E. (Clifford Evans), 1886-1975; Transportation Of Patients -- History -- United States; United States. -- Army Air Forces -- Medical Air Evacuation; War -- Relief Of Sick And Wounded; Brett, George H. (George Howard), 1886-1963; Wallace, Henry A. (Henry Agard), 1888-1965
|The Story of Air Evacuation, 1942-1989 - World War II Flight Nurses Association|
"On Feb. 18, 1943 the first formal graduation of nurses of the 349th Air Evac Group was held at the base chapel at Bowman Field, Ky. The 30 members of this group had completed a program of instruction that was definitely in the experimental stage. The 4-week course included class work in air evac nursing, air evac tactics, survival, aeromedical physiology, mental hygiene in relation to flying, training in plane loading procedures, military indoctrination and a one-day bivouac...
Keywords: World War II; United States. -- Army -- Transport Of Sick And Wounded; Transportation Of Patients -- History -- United States; Flight Nurse; United States. -- Air Force -- Women; Korean War, 1950-1953; Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Women -- United States; Aviation nursing -- United States -- History -- 20th century; United States. -- Air Force Nurse Corps; Military Nursing; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; World War, 1939-1945 -- Women -- United States; World War, 1939-1945 -- Medical Care -- United States; USAF School of Air Evacuation -- History; WWII; United States. Army Air Forces; United States. -- Army Air Forces -- Medical Air Evacuation
|To Save A Soldier - United States. Air Force|
Henry Fonda-narrated 1966 ABC documentary that follows a wounded soldier in Vietnam from the field, through the medical system, and back home to the USA. It aired on ABC TV October 24, 1966 and again in January 1967. Time Magazine: "Henry Fonda narrates a documentary recording the everyday heroism of helicopter pilots, doctors and flight nurses in Viet Nam." TV Guide: " The thrilling story of combat medical teamwork in a jungle war .....
Keywords: United States. Army; United States. -- Army -- Transport Of Sick And Wounded; Transportation Of Patients -- History -- United States; Flight Nurse; Aviation nursing -- United States -- History -- 20th century; Military Nursing; Dustoff; Helicopter ambulances -- United States; Helicopter ambulances -- Vietnam; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Aerial operations, American; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Medical care -- United States; Military Medicine; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; 283rd Medical Detachment (Air Ambulance); Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Medical Care -- United States; United States. -- Air Force -- Women; United States. Air Force; United States. Army; United States. -- Air Force Nurse Corps; United States -- Army -- 283d Medical Detachment (HA)